The Partick Thistle annual meeting was held on 8 April 1902.
The financial statement announced that income for the 1901-02 season had been £1400, 4s, 9d, while expenditure was £1474, 15s, 2d. The loss was explained by a disappointing season and postponements.
|Members subscriptions||£92, 0s, 6d|
|Scottish cup tie v Kilmarnock||£33, 8s, 9d|
|Glasgow Cup ties||£78, 10s, 10d|
|Scottish League matches at home||£476, 12s, 11d|
|Scottish League matches away||£129, 5s, 4d|
|Western League and friendlies home and away||£203, 0s, 2d|
|Transfer of players||£135|
|Players wages||£611, 15s, 6d|
|To Scottish League clubs for matches at Meadowside||£152, 2s, 0d|
|To Cameronians for Glasgow Cup tie at Meadowside||£10, 7s, 11d|
|To clubs for Western League/friendlies at Meadowside||£93, 11s, 4d|
The biggest gate of the season at Meadowside was for the game against fellow title challengers Port Glasgow Athletic in January – a game that was described as the title decider seven games before the end of the season. However, that attendance was not reported in the newspapers.
The meeting was described by the Daily Record as “… of the most harmonious nature. All the old officials were re-elected which was a very wise proceding considering how capably matters have been managed this season at Meadowside.”
The Evening Times reported that the important business of the evening – a proposal to form the club into a limited liability company – wasn’t entertained by the members.
The following office bearers were elected:
President William Ward
Vice-President: Ritchie Robertson
Hon. Treasurer: George Easton
Hon. Secretary: John Gilchrist
Match Secretary: Robert Little, 48 Hayburn St, Partick
Committee: W.Reid, W.L.Kirkwood, AM.Smith, James Gilchrist, John McColl.
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